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Why Beauty Matters by Roger Scruton

Beginning: At any time between 1750 and 1930 if you asked educated people to describe the aim of poetry, art or music, they would have replied “beauty.” And if you had asked for the point of that you would have learned … Continue reading

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Jeffrey Tambor’s #MeToo Moment – Amazon … You Can’t Quit, We’re Firing You!!!

5:45 PM PT — Tambor’s responded, saying he’s disappointed in the handling of these “false accusations” against him by Amazon and more so Soloway, and claims in his 4 years of working with her on “Transparent,” the accusations were never … Continue reading

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Raising Arizona – 1 of 323 Million Dreamers

“The shades and shadows of the people in my life rassled their way their way into my slumber. I dreamed that Gale and Evelle had decided to return to prison. Probably that’s just as well. I don’t mean to sound … Continue reading

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Media’s longtime crusade for transparency ends with Nunes memo as ‘The Post’ remains in theaters

“Ironically, the mainstream media wants to keep the memo private even as Steven Spielberg’s “The Post,” a story about the Washington Post’s fight to release the Pentagon Papers, is playing in theaters across the nation. Hollywood royalty Tom Hanks and … Continue reading

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Adult Film Star Denies Affair With Trump | Plays Kimmel/Media for Publicity, Shocking

New York (AP) — Adult film star Stormy Daniels, in the midst of a publicity tour fueled by past allegations of a 2006 sexual relationship with a then-married Donald Trump, said in a statement on Tuesday the alleged affair never … Continue reading

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Best Picture Nominee Shows Hollywood’s #MeToo Hypocrisy

“The Oscar-nominated film in question, “Call Me By Your Name,” is up for four Academy Awards, believe it or not. The movie is set in Northern Italy in 1983 and features a relationship between a 24-year-old man and an underaged … Continue reading

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Ursula K. Le Guin, award-winning science fiction writer, has died at 88

“Acclaimed science fiction author Ursula K. Le Guin died Monday in her hometown of Portland, Ore., her agent confirmed. Le Guin was 88. Although best known for her science fiction — particularly the Earthsea series — Le Guin was a … Continue reading

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